Al Bustan Centre & Residence supports low-income families

Employees donate household items and clothes to the Beit Al Khair Society

This was the proprerty's sixth donation drive
This was the proprerty's sixth donation drive

As part of its ‘Responsible Awareness Program’ Al Bustan Centre & Residence held its sixth donation drive between 6 and 30 May 2019, which saw the hotel apartment and the shopping centre employees donated clothing and domestic items to Beit Al Khair Society.

Moussa El Hayek, chief operating officer of Al Bustan Centre and Residence, said: “Nonprofit organizations such as Beit Al Khair provide comfort and solace to individuals during their darkest hour when all they need is some hope and a helping hand.

“We are honored as a team to be able to contribute and showcase compassion to those in need. We commit to continue doing selfless work with the help of these organizations with the hope to make this world a better place to co-exist,” he added.

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